“The average Caveman was as fit as a modern day athlete.”

After implementing the Paleo diet into my daily life, the next natural progression was to learn how to move like a Caveman. Notice I didn’t use the word “workout”. Can you imagine a Caveman pumping rock, or mindlessly running around a circle just for the heck of it? Cavemen didn’t flex muscle and spike the heartrate just because it was fun or because society told them to or else they might develop heart disease or osteoporosis . They did it because their life depended on it. Our living habits have changed dramatically the past 10,000 years, but the basis for fitness has not.

intro to paleo fitnessThe historical and scientific basis behind Paleo fitness. We define what fitness is and how the behavior of our ancestors established the Primal laws of fitness.



Paleo WorkoutsPaleo Exercise-The meat and potatoes [extra meat!] of getting ripped, feeling great, and maximizing performance



Covers advanced topics such as barefoot running, on-the-go workouts, modern sports, stretching, etc.



Paleo Exercise productsFor those of you who live in places without geographically-diverse resources ( downtown, apartments, the plains, etc.), here are some tools you can use at home. These products are nice to have even if you do have good bush to workout in, because you never know when the weather will turn bad or a long day at work will eat up your daylight.

For those who need a little accountability. Even if you don’t, these programs are nice weapons to store in your arsenal. Caveman tested and approved



paleo exercise booksRecommended readings on Paleo/evolutionary fitness

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